Nicolas Le Novere
Nicolas LE NOVÈRE

Babraham Institute
Babraham Campus, Babraham
CB22 3AT Cambridgeshire, United-Kingdom
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I studied molecular biology and biochemistry at École Normale Supérieure, evolution at University Paris XI, biophysics and pharmacology at Paris VI. After a PhD thesis on the structure and function of neuronal nicotinic receptors with Jean-Pierre Changeux at the Pasteur Institute, that comprised experimental and bioinformatics analyses, I pursued a post-doctoral training in modelling bacterial chemotaxis with Dennis Bray at the University of Cambridge (UK). At that time, I had the priviledge to participate to the development of what was becoming a new field in life sciences, Systems Biology. During my time at the European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI), an outstation of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), I developed tools, resources, standards and ontologies for Computational Systems Biology, and modelled the mechanisms of neuronal transmission. I currently lead a computational biology group at the Babraham Institute, interested in particular on cellular signalling and stem-cells. I am directeur de recherche at the French Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS). I am associate member of the Cambridge Systems Biology Centre.

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